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W. I. Thomas

William Isaac Thomas was an American sociologist. With the help of Polish sociologist Florian Znaniecki, W.I. Thomas developed innovative work on the sociology of migration. Thomas then went on to formulate a fundamental principle of sociology, known as the Thomas theorem. Through his theorem, Thomas contended that, "If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences"... Read More

BornWilliam Isaac Thomas
13 August 1863
Russell County, Virginia, United States
Died5 December 1947 (aged 84)
Berkeley, California
NationalityAmerican
FieldsSociology

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